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ABI to Sell HPLC Systems Based on Eksigent Microfluidics

NEW YORK, Jan. 11 (GenomeWeb News) - Eksigent Technologies said last week that it has signed a distribution agreement with Applied Biosystems for a new line of high-performance liquid chromatography systems that will be built upon its Microfluidic Flow Control technology.

 

The new line of Tempro LC systems will integrate Eksigent's microfluidics with Applied Biosystems/MDS Sciex mass spectrometers.

 

ABI/MDS Sciex will sell and service the systems, which will include platforms for nano LC, high-throughput micro LC, and an LC-MALDI deposition system.

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